Designed by noted Cuttino-Howard & Ellis, and accented with Mid-Century style.


Located between the Virginia-Highland and Druid Hills neighborhoods, on Briarcliff Road between Ponce & N. Decatur, Briar Hills Historic Condominiums were built as Atlanta’s first co-op. They were designed by famed architectural firm Cuttino-Howard & Ellis and are set as the cornerstone of the DeKalb pocket neighborhood known as Briar Hills.

The complex was designed in a Modern Mid-Century style and the buildings feature angular layouts, flat roofs, rounded corners and a simple white exterior, accented with casement windows and glassblock-lit stairwells. Briar Hills has been featured on the DOCOMOMO Atlanta tour of Modern homes, and included in the Druid Hills Local Historic District since 2001.


These charming condominiums are unique not only for their noted post-war era architecture, but also for their uniquely different floorplans of 2-bedroom flats and 2- to 3-bedroom townhomes. The architects created minor differences in every unit, so that each condo has it’s own distinctive personality, ranging from square footage to arrangement of closets and bathrooms.